Adrian Ward

Creating change through touch.

Refresh, Relax, Relieve.

My wish or desire, is to accomplish one or more of these things during my sessions. To achieve this, I incorporate several massage techniques that I have learned over my 15 plus years of practicing. Techniques include, but not limited to, Swedish Massage, Lymph Drainage Therapy, CranioSacral Therapy, Gentle stretches and Positional Release techniques. Beyond the extensive training, the most important thing I've realized is that people want and appreciate the caring tou...

Refresh, Relax, Relieve.

My wish or desire, is to accomplish one or more of these things during my sessions. To achieve this, I incorporate several massage techniques that I have learned over my 15 plus years of practicing. Techniques include, but not limited to, Swedish Massage, Lymph Drainage Therapy, CranioSacral Therapy, Gentle stretches and Positional Release techniques. Beyond the extensive training, the most important thing I've realized is that people want and appreciate the caring touch of a skilled therapist - one that knows how to quiet the body and mind through one simple touch.  

I purpose to Create a change through touch.

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Where I Work
Available Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Licenses
Massage

AL # 527

Education
1998

Florida College of Natural Health: Orlando

Massage Therapy

Experience
Bodywork

Massage Therapy Instructor and Teaching Assistant

In addition to practicing Massage, I taught in the Massage Therapy Program for 10 years at Virginia College in Birmingham. I have been a Teaching Assistant with Upledger/Barral Institute for Lymph Drainage Therapy since 2004.

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Lymph Drainage Therapy, CranioSacral Therapy
  • Body Scrub
  • Other
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • TMD treatment
  • Fertility Massage
  • Hot Stone Massage

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